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Royal Highland Show

We're delighted to be a 2014 sponsor of the Royal Highland Show 2014 - the Greatest Show on Earth - and look forward to seeing you there!





Our very own Mohsin Altajir has joined the RHASS board as one of four Vice Presidents representing the Stirling area for the Royal Highland Show next year.

Here's the official press release announcing the news:

The Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) has appointed Michael Forsyth, Baron Forsyth of Drumlean as Society President.

Taking up his position in July this year, Lord Forsyth will preside over the 175th Royal Highland Show in 2015 with Stirling the ?host? area.

A financier and MP for Stirling from 1983 to 1997, Michael Forsyth was Secretary of State for Scotland in John Major?s cabinet from 1995 to 1997.

Joining Lord Forsyth on the RHASS board will be four Vice Presidents from the Society?s Stirling Area:? Carol Graham, sales and marketing director with Grahams the Family Dairy; Robin Tough, MD for United Auctions; Mohsin Altajir, owner of Highland Wagyu and Highland Spring and Ian MacMillan, master distiller with Burn Stewart of Deanston.? Reverend Andrew Campbell, from the parishes of Gargunnock and Kincardine of Menteith, will take up the chaplaincy.

Also appointed to serve for one year as Extraordinary Directors are:

Borders: Jeanna Swan, Blackhouse Farm, Eyemouth

Aberdeen: Peter Chapman, South Redbog, Strichen

Highland: Quintin Stevens, Altyre Farm House, Wester Balbair, Beauly

D&G: Matthew Currie, Skewbridge, Mouswald, Dunfries

Stirling: Mr John Owen, Muirpark Farm, Stirling

Perth: Kay Adam, Newhouse of Glamis, Angus

Lothian: Jackie McCreery, Kilstrule, Yester Mains, Gifford

Strathclyde: John MacPherson, Ballymeanoch Farmhouse, By Dalmally, Argyll


For further press information contact Judith O?Leary at O?Leary PR on 01383 432608

Highland Wagyu, Mohmar Trophy, Beef Shorthorn Cattle Society

We're delighted to be supporting the Beef Shorthorn Society by creating this new trophy for the 'most successful herd'?awarded on a points system (see image) across four qualifying shows - the Royal Ulster, Royal Highland, Royal Welsh and the UK Beef Shorthorn Championships at the Great Yorkshire Show.

We've commissioned Perthshire sculptor and artist Lucy Poett,?who produced the life-size Drover Memorial Statue at Dingwall Auction Mart, to create this special trophy of a Shorthorn bull's head, which is modelled on our very own Shorthorn bull, Quoiggs Extra Special.

The bronze is currently being sculpted and the Mohmar Trophy - named for our herd - will be presented to the winner fresh from the casting foundry as a brand new award, along with ?1000 prize money.